a man in a warehouse, in an out balance position where a stock of boxes might fell on him - dangerous warehouse work -

Warehouse workers and material movers employed in warehouses that are part of wholesale and retail operations shelve and retrieve freight, stock or other materials. Warehouse employees may work on elevated loading docks and around conveyors, forklifts, and electrical systems common to industrial settings. Warehouse workers lift and carry heavy objects….

work from home set up

During the COVID-19 pandemic, many people have worked from home for periods of time. Some workers have happily settled into work from home routines. Some have questions about whether their employer’s workers’ compensation insurance covers them if they are injured while working at home. The short answer is Yes. Workers’…

truck accident aftermath, who is liable?

Seeking compensation for injuries in an accident involving a tractor-trailer or other large truck can become complicated because the truck is part of a commercial enterprise. Multiple parties have a hand in putting a truck on the road, and one or more of them may be found liable for an…

Brain Injury Scan

Mild traumatic brain injuries, known as concussions, have frequently been in the news in recent years as the National Football League, college, high school and youth sports leagues have had to confront the prevalence of concussions among athletes. NFL concussion protocols and others modeled after them focus on getting the…

Logger cutting out logs

Logging operations involve felling trees and hauling logs from logging sites to the point of delivery. Logging is considered the most dangerous occupation in the United States, according to the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA). The industry employs more than 2,600 people across Kentucky.  In addition to the hazards…

man on the phone calling for help after a car accident

Many people are familiar with the burden of proof in a criminal trial, the concept that prosecutors must prove guilt “beyond a reasonable doubt.” However, civil cases are different. The burden of proof is lower. In a civil trial, such as a car accident injury claim, the plaintiffs must prove…